Hewlett-Packard has released the latest additions to its family of Intel-based Pavilion PCs.
The Pavilion 3216 is HP's first sub-$2200 PC, and is equipped with a 200MHz MMX Pentium II processor, 36MB SDRAM memory, a 2.1GB hard drive, multimedia audio-visual capabilities and K56flex data/fax modem.
The Pavilion 8210 is priced at $3699, includes a 15in monitor and possesses high-calibre multimedia capabilities. Priced at $5999, the Pavilion 8220 is equipped with a 333MHz MMX Pentium II processor, 64MB SDRAM memory, 8GB hard drive and K56flex modem.
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